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A selection of books about food, houses, and a maritime designer.
by Jane McCloskey
by Susan Hand Shetterly
Wood / Epoxy Demystified
Restoring My Family’s Wooden Sailboat—An Adventure in Old-Fashioned Ideas
Not just hand-warmers, these patterns replicate the mittens once worn by Maine and Maritime fishermen and farmers. They are bits of social history captured in wool.
An anthology of work by some of the best writers in the state.
Wilderness chaplain, single mother, writer: Kate Braestrup's memoir
Bear Bourguignon? Maple Moose Barbecue? Learn how to cook wild game at home from Kate Krukowski Gooding's new cookbook.
Reviews: The Boatbuilder's Apprentice by Greg Rössel
Review: Three Books on Sailboat Racing
DVD Review: Ice Blink: A Family Navigating Life’s Ice-Clogged Waters
Review: The Republic of Pirates - Being the True and Surprising Story of the Caribbean Pirates and the Man Who Brought Them Down
Sailboat Racing: An Armchair Perspective. A review of several of the author’s favorite books on the subject
Reviews: Working The Sea: Misadventures, Ghost Stories, and Life Lessons from a Maine Lobsterfisherman, by Wendell Seavey
Reviews:<strong>Captains Courageous</strong>by Rudyard Kipling with an afterword by C.A. Bodelsen Signet Classic, 1981
Small Boats on Green Waters: A Treasury of Good Reading on Coastal and Inland Cruising, edited by Brian Anderson and published by Breakaway Books.
A book from Roger Duncan, the well-known author of The Cruising Guide to the Maine Coast.